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Sep 16, 2012 2:45am EDT
at los angeles. doe and indicated there was no danger of public contamination, approximately a dozen people were exposed. this safety labs comes on the heels of a bizarre security breach at the y-12 facility where and 82-year-old nun and two and others were able to vandalize a supposedly secure building detain dangerous nuclear material. these safety and security incidents show clearly the need for strong and robust oversight from this committee and others of security issues at our nuclear facilities. in 2004-2005, our willingness to bring serious nuclear safety issues into the public view and demand that doe be held accountable for their actions made it different. doe is better than it used to be. there is an entire office dedicated to the health, safety and security of all facilities. but recent events tallest there is more serious work left to be done. -- recent events tell us there is more serious work to be done. it is necessary to make a strong oversight role of work nnsa facilities. from this committee to the office of health, safety, and security, to the inspector general, to
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